How does an actress spend the biggest day of her career? ET got 'The Fighter''s Amy Adams to reveal what she's planning for Sunday, February 27 leading up to the Academy Awards ceremony where she has been nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.
"I'm going to hang out with my little girl this time around," said Adams, who has been nominated twice before.
Adams said that her nine-month-old daughter Aviana is what makes this nomination even more significant than the others.
"It's special because I have a daughter now and she can see Mommy and all of that," Adams gushed.
On Monday, the Oscar nominee autographed a Chrysler for a charity event benefiting Communities in Schools (America's premiere high school dropout prevention program) as a part of the "Vanity Fair Presents Campaign Hollywood" - a series of events that culminates in the magazine's legendary Oscar party.
"I'm excited to celebrate with the cast and crew of 'The Fighter,'" Adams said of Oscar night. The movie has been nominated for seven Academy Awards including Best Picture.
Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr. lent some advice on how to plan Oscar day, saying, "You keep it as simple as possible...'Cause you don't want to forget anything, so the more stuff you plan on that day, the more likely you're going to forget something."
Perhaps the biggest decision she will make on the big day - choosing a dress, which the actress admitted she hasn't decided on yet.
Click the video to see what Dame Helen Mirren says about her experiences with the Oscars. And be sure to tune in for Hollywood's biggest night this Sunday on ABC.